Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s sidekick, holds to the myth that the convicted sex offender didn’t commit suicide while incarcerated.
Maxwell stated during an interview with Jeremy Kyle on his TalkTV program that she thinks her former employer was murdered while he was in custody awaiting a sex trafficking case trial. His death was classified as a suicide by a medical examiner, and William Barr, a former attorney general, concurred.
In his opening remarks, Maxwell addressed Epstein’s numerous victims, refusing to offer an apology and urging them to vent their rage onto the “authorities” who allowed the billionaire’s passing.
“I contend that Epstein passed away, and they should vent their disappointment and resentment at the decision-makers who permitted it to occur. And as I previously stated, I hope the legal proceedings they underwent provide them some closure.”
Ian, Maxwell’s brother, stated in a podcast for The Spectator that his sister “does think” Jeffrey Epstein was murdered.
On August 10, 2019, in New York City, a photo of the Metropolitan Correctional Facility can be viewed. This is the place where Jeffrey Epstein was discovered dead in his cell. The banker, who was charged with sex trafficking, allegedly hanged himself in the middle of the night.
William Barr, the former Trump attorney general, came to the conclusion that Epstein committed suicide after “personally” analyzing the Security footage from that evening in his book One Damn Thing After Another.
“After conducting an autopsy, the New York City medical examiner determined that Epstein committed himself by hanging,” he wrote. “The video footage supported the medical examiner’s conclusion, even though other evidence also supported suicide.”
“I watched that video footage myself. It clearly demonstrates that nobody entered Epstein’s tier between the time he was confined in his cell at 7:49 p.m. on the evening of August 9 and the time he was discovered at 6:30 a.m.,” he continued.
Barr claimed that a “perfect storm” of mistakes made by the guards at The Metropolitan Correctional Center allowed Epstein to commit suicide after being put on suicide watch.
During the same interview, Maxwell also defended Prince Andrew, claiming that he never met Virginia Giuffre, the woman who had accused him of wrongdoing , and even going so far as to suggest that the infamous photograph of the two of them was probably fabricated.
“I don’t recall them ever meeting. Additionally, I don’t believe that image is real,” she added. “It’s a fraud. I am absolutely certain that it is not genuine, and I don’t even think it could be. There is no photograph and there has never been an original.”
“There are only copies of that photograph; some experts claim that some of it appear to have been altered with photo-editing software. I don’t recall her being in my house,” she continued.
Attorney Lisa Bloom for Jeffrey Epstein’s victims referred to Maxwell’s remarks as “disgusting.”
“How does she have any knowledge of that picture? Naturally, she would not have received an original of it because photocopies are used in court procedures,” according to Boom. “I can assure you that Prince Andrew had every right to obtain the original and send it away for testing when the case against him was still pending, and it never happened.”
“Instead, he reportedly reached a settlement for millions of dollars. No matter what Ghislaine Maxwell has to say about it, there is where it will end,” she said.
Ghislaine Maxwell, a former Epstein sidekick, was found guilty in December 2021 on three counts of conspiracy, trafficking in kids for sex, and transporting a juvenile with the intent to participate in prostitution. She was later given a 20-year prison term.
Maxwell also confessed to TalkTV her remorse at having ever met Jeffrey Epstein.
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